Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley are the only two quarterbacks currently on the 49ers' roster.
Is Hoyer operating as if he will be the starter in 2017?
"Yeah for sure. I think that's what I was brought in to do at this point," Hoyer said on KNBR 680 on Wednesday morning. "And the thing that I've learned in this profession, and really in life, is not worry about things you can't control. I can't control who they draft with the second pick tomorrow and I'm not gonna live my life worrying about it."
The 49ers own the second overall pick in the draft and are reportedly strongly considering taking a QB with that selection.
Even if they do, it doesn't mean that player will start from Day 1.
Hoyer worked with 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan in Cleveland during the 2014 season -- he started a career-high 13 games with the Browns and threw for a career-best 3,326 yards.
"I'm gonna go out there and do what I think my job is at this point," Hoyer added. "And I'm gonna do that as long as I can until they tell me it's not my job anymore."